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All the terrible effects of Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Al Nassr outlined

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All the terrible effects of Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Al Nassr outlined

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent decision to join Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia has opened up a chain reaction, leading to an interesting transfer window for 3 footballers.

The Portuguese star ended his contract with Manchester United just prior to the World Cup in Qatar and has since revealed he turned down multiple other offers to embark on a new challenge in the Middle East.

His move has resulted in Vincent Aboubakar having his contract terminated at Al Nassr, due to the 8 foreign players cap imposed by Saudi Arabian football laws.

With the freeing up of space now available, it is expected that Ademola Lookman of Belgium may take Aboubakar’s place while Wout Weghorst will join Ronaldo at Al Nassr.

Aboubakar to Besiktas?

Turkish club Besiktas is reportedly in negotiations with free agent Vincent Aboubakar to acquire his services in place of Wout Weghorst.

Weghorst, who is currently on loan at Besiktas, is rumored to be transferred back into the English Premier League with Manchester United.

Talks are apparently ongoing to terminate Weghorst’s loan and make way for an interesting move between Aboubakar and Ronaldo.

Triple transfer swaps that shook the football world

In a similar fashion to when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left Borussia Dortmund for Arsenal in 2018, the latest transfers could see Cristiano Ronaldo, Wout Weghorst and Vincent Aboubakar switch clubs.

This change caused Olivier Giroud to move from Arsenal to Chelsea and Mitchy Batshuayi joining Dortmund as Aubameyang’s successor.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago

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